No more OK Google for MS Windows, Mac, & Linux


Google once again announces their daily breaking news for Chrome users. With the latest constant launch of Google Chrome, edition 46, Google is wiping out the always listening function that let Google Chrome users only say “Ok Google” to twitch a voice search in the web browser. Stating generally low user adopting, Google eliminated the function from Firefox for Windows, Mac and A Linux system unix — it’s adhering around, at least for now, on Firefox OS.

Voice look for isn’t going away entirely, though — with this newest upgrade you’ll still be able to simply select the mic to execute voice queries to look for and the new tab web page. Customers on the constant route of Chrome should see the upgrade reaching their computer systems now.

Chrome 46 also delivers a few other changes, with Android operating system users getting new in-browser settings manage that should be easier to use.


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